South Korea Training Hackers For Cyberwar With North Korea Kim Jong-un
South Korea Training Hackers For Cyberwar With North Korea Kim Jong-un

South Korean Government is training the brightest college students to become hackers so that for South Korean Government they can act in a Cyberwar with North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un. In a Dark War room number of students are recruited for hackathon training purposes. They hack each other’s computers in the training process.

In a Dark Room, South Korea is training the brightest students to become hackers so that for South Korean Government they can act in a Cyberwar with North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un. In a Dark War room number of students are recruited for hackathon training purposes. They hack each other’s computers in the training process.

However the training purpose, President Park Geun Hye’s Government has a plan to recruit around 120 top young country talented hackers; the Government has applied full scholarships to every 120 hackers or programmers if, in return, they serve seven years in the military service. The Government is planning to double the number of hackers in the country to 1,000.

South Korea Training Hackers For Cyberwar With North Korea Kim Jong-un 

South Korean Government started to spend more on Cybersecurity information and technology from being hacked by North Korea; South Korean Government has doubled its investment in Cybersecurity to 250 billion, winning approximately $218m. While South Korea already knows that the biggest hack in Sony Picture Entertainment Inc is being raided by the North Korean government Kim, the primary target of North Korea remains the South Korean overall network to breach.

In the history of North Korea – In July, South Korea’s Defence Security Command Cho Hyun Chun said that In the early 1990’s North Korea began to train their cyber warriors to become ethical high profile hacker, till now regime are recruiting more numbers of a hacker to strengthen the cyber power of North Korea, now it has 1,700 high profile and specialized hackers. He also said that North Korea has several vast hackers that can even control the entire USA.

The school system is a piece of more extensive development. The administration multiplied the measure of its digital charge to 1,000 individuals and raised spending on data security by just about 50 percent to 250 billion won ($218 million) between 2009 and 2015.

North Korea started to prepare its digital warriors while creating atomic arms in the mid-1990s and now summons 1,700 “very talented and particular programmers,” Cho Hyun Chun, head of South Korea’s Defense Security Command, said at a gathering in Seoul in July, calling North Korea a “worldwide digital force.”

Kim is demonstrating a “profound enthusiasm” for the Internet, and North Korea started building an Internet office in Pyongyang this week, as per DPRK today, a North Korean tourism site. The nation permits Internet access to just a small parcel of its populace.

Kim Heung Kwang (desert), who taught computer science at a university in North Korea, said – A cyber group unit moniker Pyongyang has been established to look up any attacks on the military, financial, business, and other critical factors in the war. “North Korea raised programmers as an unbalanced danger against South Korea that demonstrated its Achilles heel in digital fighting,” Kim said. “Programmers were a financially savvy approach to fix South Korea’s key offices in the occasion of war.”